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The area of a piece of property 2008-01-05
From Greg:
I need to know the area of a six sided piece of property. I sent a map by regular mail.
Answered by Harley Weston.
Area of a 17-sided lot 2007-11-21
From Lynda:
My uncle is wanting to buy this piece of land [a 17-sided polygon] but we are questioning the acerage total. the measurements are [on the attached diagram].
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
The area of an irregular pentagon 2007-03-26
From grace:
hi I am doing graphics and need to find the area of the section given to us (it is just drawn). the sides measure 15m, 35.4m, 5m, 17.8m, 35.7m. the angle between the 15m side and the 35.4m side is 17degrees, the angle between the 35.4m side and the 5m side is 73degrees. the angle between the 5m side and the 17.8m side is 151degrees, the angle between the 17.8m side and the 35.7m side is 90degrees and the angle between the 35.7m side and the 15m side is 95degrees. if you could tell me the area i would be extremely grateful. thanks very much.
Answered by Penny Nom.



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